When do classes begin? And will they be online, Zoom, or canceled?
This depends on the course
Please note: You may receive specific communication from your instructors about course meeting times and delivery that differs from the information below. In these circumstances, please rely on what was provided to you by your instructor(s).
These will continue as planned for the Winter 2020 Semester, and begin as planned for the Summer 2020 Semester.
On-Campus Lecture-Based Courses
- In most instances, on-campus lecture-based courses have converted to real-time synchronous courses for the remainder of the Winter 2020 Semester (delivered during the course’s scheduled time). Course content will be delivered through Zoom. Zoom lectures and discussions will be recorded for asynchronous playback, supporting students with time and/or internet restrictions. This depends on the instructor and section. Students will receive course-specific information from their instructors.
- Remote delivery of course content will continue for the remainder of the Winter 2020 Semester.
- All Summer 2020 Semester courses will be delivered remotely using online and real-time virtual technologies, like Zoom or Google Meet.
- Lab-based courses may begin May 18, but no face-to-face labs will be available prior to June 29, with extensions possible.
- Updated attendance tracking/policies, assignments, grades, syllabi, etc. will be available in Moodle.
- The Remote Teaching and Learning website offers guides for how to use Zoom to access these courses.
- There will be no face-to-face courses or labs available prior to June 29, with extensions possible. This includes lab-based courses. Students will not need to attend on-site labs/courses during this time.
- Some labs will move to remote delivery (online strategies). Others will not be able to achieve course goals through online means, For labs that cannot shift to remote options, students will receive incompletes, allowing them to complete coursework at a later date. Instructors will communicate directly with their students about how lab work will continue.
- As of 3/23/2020, the College announced that there would be no campus building access for students from 11:59PM March 23 for three weeks, in accordance with the Statewide Stay-at-Home mandate.
- TESTING SERVICES WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE ON-SITE during this time.
- The College is actively considering alternatives to on-campus and in-person test proctoring. Specific testing protocol will be determined by each instructor and communicated to their students.